WYOMING \u2013 A four-vehicle pileup Saturday morning on Interstate 80 near Laramie resulted in one fatality.\r\n\r\nWyoming Highway Patrol troopers were dispatched to milepost 323 on Interstate 80 east of Laramie at around 9:23am on March 9.\r\n\r\nA Freightliner tractor-trailer traveling westbound on Interstate 80 had stopped in the roadway due to other traffic stopping ahead. A 2018 Hyundai Kona had also stopped behind the Freightliner. The driver of a second Freightliner tractor-trailer failed to negotiate the stopped traffic and collided with the stopped Hyundai, pushing it into the rear of the first Freightliner. Shortly after this collision, a third Freightliner tractor-trailer collided with the second Freightliner.\r\n\r\nThe driver of the Hyundai has been identified as 48-year-old Salt Lake City, Utah resident Brook N. Williams. Williams was wearing his seatbelt but succumbed to his injuries at the scene of the crash. The passenger in the Hyundai has been identified as 47-year-old Salt Lake City, Utah resident Melanie Williams. She was wearing her seatbelt and transported to Ivinson Memorial Hospital for her injuries sustained in the crash.\r\n\r\nThe driver of the first Freightliner has been identified as 34-year-old Sacramento, California resident Talwinder Singh. Singh was wearing his seatbelt and did not sustain injuries in the crash.\r\n\r\nThe driver of the second Freightliner has been identified as 38-year-old Florida resident Noslen O. Castillo. Castillo was wearing his seatbelt and did not sustain injuries in the crash. The passenger in the second Freightliner did not sustain injuries in the crash.\r\n\r\nThe driver of the third Freightliner has been identified as 64-year-old Romeoville, Illinois resident Taseusz Potkaj. Potkaj was wearing his seatbelt and did not sustain any injuries. The passenger was not injured in the crash.\r\n\r\nSpeeding too fast for the winter road conditions are being investigated on the part of Castillo and Potkaj as a contributing factor to the crash. The road conditions were slick with black ice and blowing snow. There was little to no visibility at the time of the crash.\r\n\r\nThis is the 28th\u00a0fatality on Wyoming\u2019s highways in 2019 compared to 12 in 2018, 14 in 2017, and 10 in 2016 to date.